Old Chalgrave – People

Photos From the Past, Old Chalgrave – People

 

Chalgrave in the Past - People
Ladies
Ladies
Barbara Yirrell
Barbara Yirrell
Arthur Foster
Arthur Foster
Senior Group
Senior Group
Jack Hyde
Jack Hyde
Brian Gridley
Brian Gridley
Fancy Dress Party c1955
Fancy Dress Party c1955
Coach Trip to Clacton
Coach Trip to Clacton
Athur Foster
Athur Foster
Brian Gridley
Brian Gridley
Children in The Lane
Children in The Lane
WI Gathering (circa 1950)
WI Gathering (circa 1950)
Cliff Day and Brian Gridley
Cliff Day and Brian Gridley
Three Old Pals
Three Old Pals
Michael, Ann, & Ruth Leary
Michael, Ann, & Ruth Leary
Greengrocers, 21 Hockliffe Road
Greengrocers, 21 Hockliffe Road
Chalgrave School children (1927)
Chalgrave School children (1927)
Boys playing
Boys playing
Jessie Cooper
Jessie Cooper
Joseph and his wife Charlotte Tomkins
Joseph and his wife Charlotte Tomkins
Greta and her mother
Greta and her mother
Children at the allotments
Children at the allotments
Soldier Lads
Soldier Lads
Emertons
Emertons
Arthur Foster, Audry Dolimore
Arthur Foster, Audry Dolimore
Unknown Villager
Unknown Villager
May Tomkins
May Tomkins
Maggie Babister
Maggie Babister
Ludgate's and Emertons
Ludgate's and Emertons
Joseph Tomkins
Joseph Tomkins

1 Comment

  1. Joe Harris

    Hi I am presently living in a village by the name of Chideock in Dorset having moved from London five years ago. I have been looking at the village of Chalgrave and have been fascinated by the early photographs on your web site. Having been looking at early birth certificates belonging to my family, I have come across some information that gives the birth of my late Grandfather being Joseph John Harris, having been born on the twenty second of November 1868 at Farier Hill in the village of Chalgrave. I belonged to a family of seven inclusive of parents, with two of my sisters being named Margaret and Joan Harris, a bit of coincidence which could tie up to two of your photographs of a Harris family portrait but! not my sisters. I would love to hear from any relations out there whom may even still live in the village.

    Best Regards

    Joe Harris

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